When you have a tree laden with plums and there are not enough Sunday's in the year to make enough crumbles to eat them all!
It's almost that time of year again to start a new plastic-free challenge. This is a great place to start thinking about what we use and what we buy which I hope to take onto the rest of the year.
I've been super busy this week making allsorts of things, as I type I am sat here in my apron, waiting for bread to rise! This is the art of making from scratch put into practice.
One great way to save money and waste is to create a shopping list and stick to it. So I've created a recipe book to list all our favourite meals. Here is a little snippet and handy guide to making your own personal recipe book.
Sometimes we just need a quick breakfast to keep you going until lunchtime. Muesli is a great option but it is so cheap and easy to make your own don't settle for anything shop-bought!
This is the first look at my ethical life choices and I'm starting big: MEAT. This is a huge topic in the green-living world and one that cannot be ignored.
A delicious and super easy recipe for dark chocolate truffles. Perfect for a gift or a little indulgence for yourself.
This was my first attempt at being plastic-free for a whole month (See my original post here) and, as predicted, I ran into a few problems.
The kitchen has to be the most wasteful room in the house. It certainly is in our house any way. So I've been looking at ways to reduce our waste.
My boyfriend (let's call him G) and I have been unconsciously making our way to a more sustainable lifestyle for some years now. But there came a time when we decided to make conscious decisions to live a greener, cleaner and environmentally friendlier life.